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OPEN MONDAY - SUNDAY from 09.00 Till 17.00Hrs (last admission at 16.30Hrs). The mosaic pavements in the Domvs Romana at Rabat rank among the finest and oldest mosaic compositions from the western Mediterranean, alongside those of Pompeii and Sicily...more
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Museum Esplanade, Rabat, Island of Malta RBT 05, Malta
All reviews mosaic floors roman house small museum roman life preserved mosaics on display worth a visit nice mosaics roman sites daily life huge amount heritage malta roman times old city maltese islands century bc excellent museum
The information provided gives a very good overview of Roman lifestyles, customs and house functions. Doing so in a place that matches this and with some of the original wall, mosaics, statues, etc. make is a special experience.
Located near Howard's Garden and the old city of Mdina, Domus Romana was a bit of a disappointment and i've visited far better Roman sites. There are some interesting mosaic tiled floors to be seen admittedly, and if you have never previously visited a Roman...More
The only real sights here are the mosaic floors. There are some remains of walls outside, but they're not much more than rubble. Only visit if you have a ticket that gets you in for no extra change, or you really want to see those...More
Having been to Rome and to other bits of Italy over the years I guess Roman remains elsewhere are never going to be to the same level, however whilst what you are seeing is in truth just a (very good) mosaic floor along with some...More
We have been to Rabat a few times but had not been to the Roman villa. Here is a little bit of what the romans left on Malta. I was a bit disappointed in what we saw and it was not worth the effort to...More
Houses a small museum and the remains of a Roman building with some great examples of mosaics. Don't forget to look outside to see more ruins. You can buy tickets there or use the Heritage Malta ticket which will get you in. It should only...More